What looks like a simple decorative table with a vase and a pink lamp during the day turns into an inspiring and intimate light decoration piece during the night when the salt lamp finally has the chance to show off its orange radiance. Maximize on this decor idea in any room that feels too dull or could use some glow in the evenings!
The Cesta table and floor lamp was designed by Miguel Milá in 1962. This Spanish design classic is from Santa & Cole an independent editor of well-designed wares.
The top kitchen cabinets can so easily get cluttered or make our cooking space look too dark because they reach all the way to the ceiling not leaving much airiness in the room. Placing some salt lamps in the top cabinets is a great way to tackle both of those problems at once!
Verner Panton’s FlowerPot pendant is the perfect throwback to a pop-influenced flower power generation. Designed in 1971 the FlowerPot pendant is a younger sibling to Panton’s 1969 FlowerPot table lamp. The FlowerPot’s appeal lies in its harmonious design with two semicircular spheres facing one another. Today astute Danish brand &tradition has reintroduced the FlowerPot pendant to a new generation of design-savvy ‘flower people’.
Here’s the perfect example of how a salt lamp can work amazingly with other elements that you find inspiring. Candles and journals seem wonderful companions for it together creating a space that feels purposeful!
Staying motivated and innovative is key! If your salt lamp can be a part of this message we’re all for it! When it holds a unique shape it is instantly more noticeable and therefore the ideal choice to place next to a motivational board.